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Maintenance Alert: Several applications in the Property Appraiser's Online Tools may be unavailable due to required maintenance starting at 7 p.m. on Friday, January 27. All applications should be available on Monday, January 30.


When buying real estate property, do not assume property taxes will remain the same. Any change in ownership may reset the assessed value of the property to full market value, which could result in higher property taxes. Please use our Tax Estimator to approximate your new property taxes.

The Property Appraiser does not send tax bills and does not set or collect taxes. Please visit the Tax Collector's website directly for additional information.

The Homestead Exemption saves property owners thousands of dollars each year. Do not jeopardize your Homestead by renting your property.

Before buying real estate property, be aware that non-ad valorem assessments may have a significant impact on your property tax bill.

SearchProperty Search

The Property Search allows you to view detailed information for properties in Miami-Dade County.

PenComparable Sales

The Comparable Sales Tool allows you to access and compare real estate sale information for properties in Miami-Dade County.

PenTax Estimator

The Tax Estimator provides an approximate amount of taxes that may be due on a property.

PenTax Comparison

The Tax Comparison allows you to view a property's tax information for the current and previous year and lists changes by taxing district.

Hurricane Irma

As we continue our recovery and cleanup efforts, please visit the Emergency website for the latest information on openings and closings in Miami-Dade County.

Exemption for Persons Totally and Permanently Disabled - Paraplegic, Hemiplegic, Legally Blind, or Using a Wheelchair for Mobility

A Florida resident who has been certified by two Florida licensed physicians, as being quadriplegic, paraplegic, hemiplegic, legally blind or who uses a wheelchair for mobility can qualify to have his/her homesteaded residence exempted from all ad valorem taxes. With the exception of a homeowner who has been certified as being a quadriplegic, all applicants for the Civilian Total and Permanent Disability Exemption, must meet income guidelines.

The gross income of all the persons residing in the home in the year prior to application must not exceed statutory limits. These income limits are outlined in the law. They are adjusted annually to reflect percentage changes in the average cost of living index issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.

  • As of 2013 the civilian total and permanent exemption will be automatically renewed annually. However, homeowners benefiting from this exemption must notify the Property Appraiser’s Office if they no longer meet the eligibility requirements.
  • Automatic Renewal receipts are mailed by February with income limit information. If you no longer qualify for the civilian total and permanent exemption, sign the cancel portion of the renewal receipt and return by March 1st to:

    PO BOX 013140
    Miami, FL 33140
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